looks like he's coming up.
The Diamondbacks will waive Sean Burroughs and are expected to promote Wily Mo Peña from Triple-A Reno to play designated hitter during interleague play, according to Jack Magruder of FOXSportsArizona.com.
Burroughs hit just .261/.261/.304 in 23 plate appearances before Arizona pulled the plug. Now 29 years old, Peña last appeared in the big leagues in 2008 as a member of the Nationals. He certainly earned his promotion, hitting a ludicrous .362/.440/.733 slash line with 21 homers and 62 RBI in 266 plate appearances on the farm. If you could use a bat in your NL-only league, you might consider picking up Peña to see if he can continue raking at the major league level. Keep in mind that the former top prospect posted just a .753 OPS over seven seasons at the big league level earlier in his career.
starting Tuesday the Diamondbacks have 3 games at Kansas City and then 3 games at Detroit. then there are 3 games back in Arizona, before 3 more games at Oakland. after that he might just be on the bench? unless he was to be an offensive impact while playing DH.
he likely wont be added to yahoo until he plays his first game on Tuesday. after that depending on league set up it will be a 2-3 days before he would come off the waiver process.